Mr. Gray has over 30 years of experience in the computer and communications industries. His background includes systems and software architecture, design and development as well as senior management positions in development, marketing, and general management.
Mr. Gray received a Bachelor of Science degree from California Polytechnic University in 1973.
Mr. Gray has over 30 years of experience in the computer and communications industries with Burroughs, Olivetti, Computer Communications, Xerox, Simpact Associates, NTN Communications and Networld Exchange.
He has also served as an independent consultant and expert witness in computer platform architectures, e-commerce and network engineering. He has designed relational databases, developed policies and procedures for clean software development environments, business process management software, Web services, SOA-based BPM creation, Internet-based secure content digital rights management (DRM), highly scalable device controller for multifunction document processing, retail point of sale (POS), LAN-based image capture and statement printing subsystem using IBM system with DBII relational database and SQL language, Sybase relational database in a client server architecture and object-oriented front end with UNIX, Oracle database products applications, FileNet developed IBM-to-UNIX interconnection for optical disk-based document imaging, and SNA technology with OS/2 and SAA.
He is knowledgeable in C, C++, SQL, COBOL, RPG, VB, Basic assembler, IBM’s SNA distribution services, and P to P printing networks.
Mr. Gray has testified as an expert witness in numerous technology cases including e-commerce, digital image transformation and storage, large-scale software QA and system management, WEB services Protocols/SOA, software development tools, distributed computing architectures, source code analysis, electronic cataloging, electronic document storage, UNIX, and relational database cases.
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